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Is there a connection between food allergies/intolerances and weight gain? Can being unknowingly allergic to a certain kind of food cause you to pack on the pounds?
A leading drug candidate for low sexual desire in women hasn't gotten approved for use in the United States, but the company backing it isn't giving up.
Chick-fil-A Inc. announced plans Tuesday to use chicken raised without antibiotics in all of its restaurants within five years.
An Arkansas woman, who lost her baby last month after coming down with the H1N1 flu virus, has now lost her life.
"Crossfire"anchor S.E. Cupp talks about her experience with weight loss and her reaction to the "Biggest Loser" winner.
The United States Navy has 323,000 active duty service members, many of them housed in close quarters -- yet it is able to avoid major outbreaks of contagious diseases like those seen on commercial cruise ships.
Anyone who's ever read a nutrition label knows that our food supply is full of hard-to-pronounce chemicals. Most are generally recognized as safe, as the Food and Drug Administration likes to say, but a few have given scientists cause for concern.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta hits the gym with Men's Health contributor B.J. Gaddour to find out which exercises to never do.
Subway said it is phasing out a chemical from its breads that is also found in yoga mats and shoe soles.
The company that makes some Uncle Ben's products says it is recalling bags of flavored rice after people developed flushing and rashes after eating one of the rice varieties.
Naloxone. It's the name of a potentially lifesaving drug designed to reverse opioid prescription drug and heroin overdoses.
In my book, I explore many Big Lies, one of which is that women can delay motherhood until we're ready and if we're not able to get pregnant naturally, then science will make it happen for us.